Zane Smith, PT, MPT, OCS

Zane Smith, PT, MPT, OCS


Zane is a native of the northwest and grew up in east Portland. He graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2003 with a Masters in Physical Therapy. He also has a BS in Human Biology. Zane believes that regardless of where the patient receives physical therapy, it must be comprehensive; encompassing not only tools to treat inflammation and pain, soft tissue dysfunction, muscle imbalances, and specific weakness as well as overall functional limitations, but also enhancing the patient’s ability to treat themselves and continue to thrive on an independent basis. In addition to treating orthopedic conditions, his other professional interests include the management of chronic headaches to include migraines as well as other chronic pain conditions. When not in the clinic, Zane loves to spend time with his wife Leslie and their two children Zoe and Gage, at home in Washington. They enjoy snow skiing, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities. Zane and Leslie are heavily involved in their community and in promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Doug Sarver, MSPT, CMP

Doug Sarver, MSPT, CMP

Physical Therapy Director

Doug Sarver, MSPT, CMP, received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Neural Control from the University of Iowa in 1989 and his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1991 from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.

After completing his graduate program, Doug practiced at Centura Rehabilitation in Southern Colorado for seven years, the last two of which he served as the Clinical Coordinator of Outpatient Rehabilitation. In 1998, he relocated to Yakima, WA, to enter into private practice by joining Pro-Motion Physical Therapy, where he worked for eight years.

In 2006, Doug fulfilled his career goal of starting his own private physical therapy practice in Yakima, Washington – Peak Performance Sports & Spine Physical Therapy. After ten successful years in private practice, Doug relocated to Colorado to be closer to his family – especially his two young grandchildren.

Doug moved to Portland in late Summer 2022 in order to get back to the Pacific Northwest and continue his passion of providing exceptional Physical Therapy for each patient he encounters.

He has an extensive background in biomechanics, functional treatment techniques, and manual therapy. He has always focused on continuing education and holds five advanced certifications: Certified Mulligan Practitioner, Certified ASTYM Provider, Full body certified Active Release Techniques Provider, Functional Dry Needling Certified Provider, and SFMA Level 2 Certified Provider.

Outside of work, Doug’s interests include hiking, camping, biking, skiing, and an occasional game of golf. Doug also holds a second-degree black belt in Shudokan Karate and is a level 3 Certified Sommelier.

Dina Peganoff

Dina Peganoff, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT

Lead Physical Therapist

Dina earned her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2016 from The University of Findlay in Ohio. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Liberal Studies from Barry University with honors in Miami, Florida. Dina’s graduate research focused on Parkinson’s Disease and improving quality of life through the LSVT BIG program, and she assisted with amputee rehabilitation clinical research through the University of Miami School of Medicine during her undergraduate studies.

Dina is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists and a Certified Manual Therapist through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. She also completed an Orthopedic and Clinical Residency Program accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy in 2019. Dina is currently a Fellow in Training in manual and orthopedic physical therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Physical Therapy and the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Dina is Titleist level 1 golf certified and recently achieved Certification in Vestibular and Concussion Disorders through the American Balance Institute. Dina enjoys treating patients of all ages to help them to achieve overall health. Dina has an interest in the treatment of spinal disorders, vestibular disorders, TMD, headaches, and general orthopedic injuries. She utilizes a variety of manual therapy techniques in combination with therapeutic exercise to provide complete patient care. Outside of work, Dina enjoys gardening, playing golf, paddle boarding, skiing and is an alumni member of the Mount Hood Ski Patrol.

Derek Widener, PTA

Physical Therapy Assistant

Derek grew up in the Bay Area in the state of California, specifically in Santa Rosa, CA. Derek has always known he wanted to help people get better. Right after high school, he became a paramedic and stayed in this field of work 25 years. Derek later got his PTA degree in 2003 from Sonoma College and has been working in the outpatient orthopedic setting for 17 years as of the year 2020. Since Derek’s recent move up here to the Pacific Northwest, he really enjoys hiking and kayaking the Columbia River.

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